Cupcakes are not only popular with children, but adults love them as well. After all, what could be more perfect than having your own personal cake? Well, there may be one thing. Stuffed cupcakes are not only delicious, but can be as creative as you want them to be. Whether you're making cupcakes for kids or for yourself, these cupcakes are sure to please.
Peanut Butter and Jelly Cupcakes
It doesn't matter if you choose to bake vanilla or chocolate cupcakes, jelly is a wonderful way to stuff those little cakes. Whether you use strawberry, grape or even cherry this is a cupcake children and adults are sure to love. After all, who doesn't love peanut butter and jelly. But, where does the peanut butter come from? That's where the frosting comes in. A creamy peanut butter frosting is the perfect way to top these jelly filled cupcakes.
If you want another way to recreate a childhood favorite in cupcake form, these are sure to please. All you need is a batch of chocolate or vanilla cupcakes, marshmallow crème and peanut butter frosting. Pipe marshmallow crème into the center of the cupcakes and then frost with peanut butter frosting. If you want to add more texture and flavor, try adding roasted, chopped peanuts to the top - or chopped peanut butter cups.
Chocolate Covered Cherry Cupcakes
Even your favorite candy can be transformed into a cupcake. For chocolate covered cherry cupcakes, you'll need a batch of chocolate-chocolate chip cupcakes. Pipe cherry preserves into the middle of the cupcakes along with vanilla frosting and top the cupcakes with chocolate frosting or ganache. You could then top each cupcake with a chocolate covered cherry. These are great for a Valentine's Day party or any romantic occasion.
Cookies and Cream Cupcakes
Love cookies and cream ice cream? Then you're going to love these cupcakes. Start with a chocolate cake batter and stir in chocolate cookie crumbs. Bake the cupcakes as normal and stuff with vanilla frosting. Top the cupcakes with additional frosting and additional cookie crumbs.
Candy Bar Cupcakes
Looking for new ways to enjoy your favorite candy bars? Then look no further than these cupcakes. All you need to do is pour chocolate cake batter half way up the sides of the cupcake pans and then press in a miniature candy bar. Add enough batter to fill the cupcake cups up to three quarters. Bake as normal and allow to cool before topping with chocolate frosting.
What could be more refreshing than a creamsicle on a hot summer's day? But, what if it's the middle of winter and you're not in the mood for ice cream? Why not recreate the flavors in a cupcake? For these cupcakes, you'll need a batch of vanilla cupcakes filled with vanilla frosting. To top the cupcakes, mix vanilla frosting with orange juice to create a glaze. Dip the cupcakes in the glaze and allow the glaze to harden before storing.
Peanut Butter Cup Cupcakes
If you're a chocolate peanut butter cup fan, you will love these cupcakes. All you need to do is stuff a batch of chocolate cupcakes with peanut butter frosting and top the cupcakes with chocolate ganache, crushed, roasted peanuts and a miniature peanut butter cup.